This is a book that definitely stays with you after you finish reading it.
To live in a state of timelessness (or a sense of it, as in the book), defies our earthly logic in every way yet is also a core belief of most people.
I also loved how there was a way to get out of hell, which I truly believe is possible.
This has become one of my most favorite short stories - the writing is flows, the story line is well thought out and it makes you think - which is what this kind of philosophical... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Rutabaga
Unbelievable read! If you have a few minutes, sit down and read this please! Can I tell you enough? Read this!Published 17 days ago by Austin
A bold look at problems with the doctrines of fundamentalist religion and the afterlife. Sometimes funny or sad but always thought provoking. A very well written short novel. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Atheen
I enjoyed reading about this Hell. I thought it was a quick read that ended abruptly. I was able to evaluate some of my own perceptions of Hell.Published 1 month ago by Kimberly Andelin
Asks questions we don't really want to think about like what is eternity. Better to just assume happily ever after rather than think about what could possibly be worth living... Read morePublished 2 months ago by JFleet
Book was in good condition. I was dissapointed in the ending, therefore only a 4 star rating. Not sure everyone would find this book worth reading. I like conclusion.Published 2 months ago by Jem
I read this book due to all the rave reviews on my Facebook feed (Peck is a professor at my alma mater, BYU). Read morePublished 3 months ago by Igor Coelho Arantes Santana Marques
This novella provides a gripping glimpse into the unpleasant possibilities of an eternal existence. Anyone who hopes for an afterlife should honestly consider the philosophical... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Thomas Paine
Great book, I've read it a couple times. A bit short, though, considering the eternities of history it spans. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Charles W. Andrews